Updated: February 1, 2013
2012: Played in 12 games, making three starts ... Played 251 snaps at tight end, also adding 60 plays on special teams for a total of 311 ... Caught three passes for 39 yards, also scoring a touchdown against Austin Peay ... Tallied 21 yards on two receptions, while also appearing on special teams at Pittsburgh ... Saw time on offense and special teams against Cincinnati and at North Carolina ... Caught two passes for 48 yards against Duke ... Was in on 20 offensive snaps at Miami ... Contributed on offense as well as special teams against Florida State ... Scored the game-winning touchdown in his first career start at Boston College on a seven-yard reception in overtime ... Made it back-to-back games with a touchdown, scoring on another seven-yard pass against Virginia ... Made the start and caught one pass for six yards against Rutgers in the Russell Athletic Bowl.
2011: Played in all 14 games ... Played 68 snaps on offense and 55 on special teams for a total of 123 ... Caught his first career touchdown with a 7-yard TD reception against Appalachian State ... Saw action on three special teams plays at East Carolina ... Registered a catch for 3 yards during 18 offensive snaps in the win over Arkansas State ... Worked nine offensive plays and three on special teams at Marshall ... Played three snaps on offense and five on special teams in the Clemson game ... Saw brief action on special teams in the win over Miami ... Picked up 15 plays at tight end at Wake Forest and posted two knockdown blocks ... Worked five offensive plays against Boston College and four on special teams ... Worked a play at tight end and three on special teams at Duke ... Saw action for five special teams snaps at Georgia Tech and four more against UNC ... Worked briefly at tight end and on special teams at Virginia ... Tallied 10 total snaps in the ACC Championship Game against Clemson, including four at tight end … Earned the Frank O. Moseley Award, given to the offensive player who exhibits the most hustle during the off-season and spring workouts.
2010: Played in seven games … Saw some special teams duty early in the season … Picked up some time at tight end … Caught a 9-yard pass in the Wake Forest game … His 405-pound front squat was tops among the tight ends during off-season workouts … Also had the best vertical jump (33 1/2 inches) at the position … Had two catches, including a 69-yard TD reception during the first full spring scrimmage … Added three catches for 33 yards in another scrimmage … Hauled in a 25-yard throw during the Maroon-White game.
2009: Moved to tight end when practice opened … Spent the fall learning the position … Turned in a back squat of 485 pounds during off-season workouts, tops among the tight ends … Had a 4-yard catch in one of the spring scrimmages.
2008: Worked at split end while redshirting … Suffered a broken leg in December during Tech’s third bowl practice … Missed some off-season work and spring practice.
High School: Ranked the No. 15 player in the state of Virginia by The Roanoke Times for Coach Jim Prince … Rated the No. 16 prospect in Virginia by SuperPrep … Listed as the No. 229 wide receiver in the country by SuperPrep … Ranked the No. 35 player in the Commonwealth by scout.com … Named second-team All-Tidewater by The Virginian Pilot … Had 37 catches for 485 yards and 13 touchdowns.
Personal: Randall Dunn … Born 9/11/89 … Son of Clifton and Cheryl McCoy … Cousin is Tech offensive tackle Vinston Painter … Graduated with a degree in sociology.